How should a stay at home mom approach a divorce? For many women who give up their careers in order to stay at home and raise children, the idea of getting a divorce can be very scary. Many stay-at-home moms do not have the means to pay an attorney or feel that because their husbands earn all the income, that they are not entitled to any of the assets that were purchased with that income. This is simply untrue.
New York courts and the laws in our state take the position that women should not have to stay in a failing marriage simply because they have made the choice to stay home and raise children. In many cases, you will be eligible for child support and alimony from the time you file for divorce! If this situation describes you, please call our office today and we can discuss how our attorneys can help.
DO NOT BE AFRAID TO SEEK A DIVORCE SIMPLY BECAUSE YOUR SPOUSE IS THE ONLY ONE WITH INCOME!
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